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    City: Franklin
    608 Main Street Franklin, LA 70538
    Take a step back in time as you visit The French Door located in Historic Downtown Franklin.  Constructed in the 1800's it is the perfect backdrop to Shop, Create and Escape.  From the latest in...
    City: Franklin
    3296 E. Oaklawn Dr. Franklin, LA 70538
    Circa-1837 Greek revival . Gardens, huge oaks, American and European antiques, original Audubons and hand-carved game birds. Owned by Governor and Mrs. Foster.